Social identity theory

Please help with questions 33 to 36 33. The study by Reid et al. on collective…

33. The study by Reid et al. on collective guilt over the treatment of Aboriginals in Australia showed that: Highly universal

35. The minimal group paradigm shows that allocation decisions: Are Ingroup favoring Tend towards maximum difference Are ofte

Please help with questions 33 to 36

33. The study by Reid et al. on collective guilt over the treatment of Aboriginals in Australia showed that: Highly universalistic people experience high guilt regardless of the way race relations are framed Highly universalistic people have attitudes in favor of compensation Low universalism people experience the highest guilt when exposed to the separatist frame rather than the multiculturalist frame Both a and b All of the above 34. Social identity theory proposes the following psychological process: Social identity, social comparison, social categorization, positive distinctiveness Social identity, social categorization, positive distinctiveness, social comparison Social categorization, social identity, social comparison, positive distinctiveness Social categorization, social comparison, social identity, positive distinctiveness
35. The minimal group paradigm shows that allocation decisions: Are Ingroup favoring Tend towards maximum difference Are often equal Botha and b All of the above 36. Which of these is best interpreted as an example of social mobility? The use of Ebonics (Black vemacular) in conversation Protests against the world trade organization The proto-civil rights slogan ‘Black is beautiful Chinese people getting an operation to cut the flap of skin under the tongue to make it easier to speak English